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Main Entry: 1masˇter
Etymology: Middle English master "master," from Old English magister and early French meistre, both meaning "master" and both from Latin magister "master, teacher, one who holds high political or military office" --related to MAESTRO, MAGISTRATE, MISTRESS 1 a: a male teacher b: a person holding an academic degree between a bachelor's and a doctor's 2 a: an independent skilled worker; especially: one qualified to teach apprentices b: an artist or performer of great skill 3 a: one having authority : RULERb: one that conquers or masters c: the captain of a merchant ship d: an owner especially of a slave or animal e: the employer especially of a servant 4 -- used as a title for a boy too young to be called mister 5: a master machine or device - masˇterˇship /-ship/ noun